The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Unveils Second Wave For 2018 Edition



The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival (BHFF) unveils the remainder of its massive line-up for its third edition, which is now larger than ever and runs from October 11th to 18th, with screenings and events across BK. The festival returns to favorite haunts Nitehawk Cinema, Syndicated, LIU Kumble Theatre, Videology, and the Wythe Hotel Cinema. This year, the festival also invades IFP’s Made in NY Media Center with its unique brand of bloody fun.

Completing the Stage Frights line-up of live events, BHFF will once again team up with Drunk Education to bring you an inebriated talk on religious horror with Bad Religion, hosted by a quartet of the film industry’s most demonic ladies. New events include the Dread Central presented drinking game-night Drinking with the Dread: Return of the Living Dead Edition and special New York-centric live Spirits Podcast that dives deep into local legends, cryptids, and more!

Wave two also completes our brand new Head Trip program of films that push the boundaries of horror with Starfish and The Clovehitch Killer, and introduces the massive expansion of six shorts blocks, including the return of the showcase of locally made chills Home Invasion (previously Local’s Only), and new LGBT block Slayed: LGBT Horror Shorts, co-presented by NewFest.

Festival badges are on sale now and individual film tickets go on sale Monday September 10th at 12PM EST!

Brooklyn Horror rounds out its program with highly anticipated TIFF Midnight Madness premieres In Fabric and The Wind, World Premiere of brand new Vinegar Syndrome restoration of clown slasher Blood Harvest and first-ever Secret Screening!

An overview of the second wave is presented below. Please visit for more information.


East Coast Premiere
USA | 2018 | 101 Min | Dir. A.T. White
Presented by Brooklyn Fireproof Stages

Welcome to Mercy

World Premiere
USA | 2018 | 104 Min | Dir. Tommy Bertelsen

In Fabric

East Coast Premiere
UK | 2018 | 118 Min | Dir. Peter Strickland

The Wind

East Coast Premiere
USA | 2018 | 87 Min | Dir. Emma Tammi

More to come after the jump…

Pages: 1 2 3 4

More Articles Like This

Have Your Say Leave A Comment